Twitter personality Samuel Mbah continues to keep the Oladips death saga in the spotlight, asserting that a burial ceremony for Oladips must still take place amidst the ongoing controversy.
Previously, the music industry and social media were abuzz with news of Oladips’ alleged demise. However, recent reports have taken a surprising turn, suggesting that Oladips may have staged his own death as a promotional tactic for his album.
Close associates of Oladips claim that he is alive and well, even enjoying meals such as rice and turkey. They hint that he intends to come forward and explain the reasoning behind his dramatic method of garnering attention for his album. Some friends speculate that the fake death was intended to boost the album’s popularity.
This revelation has triggered a range of responses online. Numerous netizens expressed their disapproval, deeming the pretense of death for promotional purposes as insensitive and inappropriate. They highlighted the emotional impact the initial reports had on fans who were genuinely saddened by the news. The prevailing sentiment is that this prank was costly and crossed ethical boundaries.
In his characteristic humorous manner, Mbah jokingly suggested that a funeral should still be held for Oladips since people had already mourned him. Although said in jest, his remark captures the sense of betrayal and shock felt by fans.
Etinosa has also weighed in on the controversy, criticizing Oladips’ stunt as a “poorly written script.” She expressed her frustration after watching the associated clips of the faked death and decided to reserve her comments until the truth is revealed. She condemned the lack of originality in Oladips’ approach, stating that he merely imitated similar stunts by others. As a sign of her displeasure, she disclosed that she has blocked him on social media.